A 2003 concert in Paris was released as both a CD and DVD. She then toured Australia and New Zealand in 2004, followed by the UK and the US through 2005 to 2006. In November 2006, she was the subject of BBC Four's documentary 'Petula Clark:Blue Lady'. She also made her first appearance in Iceland that year.
Petula Clark began as a singing child prodigy. Promoted and tutored by an enthusiastic father, she had started singing professionally at the age of seven and she became a familiar singing voice on wartime radio. By the end of the 1940s she was an established singing artist and she also appeared as an actress in several films of the era.
Petula Clark was a star at the age of 11. She starred in the music halls and on BBC radio singing for the troops during WWII. She was a child star in a series of British films from the end of WWII through to the early 1950s,and by 1954 was having hit records. After a move to France in 1960, having fallen for a Frenchman, she had hit records all over Europe ,and by 1966 with such hits as "Downtown" and "my Love" having topped the American charts, became a truly international star.